Danny John-Jules has urged the public to judge his Strictly Come Dancing stint on his performances and not “gossip”.
Dozens of Aberdeen residents have submitted claims against the city council for tripping on pavements over the past year - but no compensation has been paid out.
Learner drivers should have to prove they can spot potholes to pass the test, according to a motoring firm.
The AA has called the number of potholes around the UK a “national disgrace” after finding massive car repair bills are costing drivers and insurers at least £1 million a month.
Damage to vehicles across the UK from the Beast from the East has cost insurers more than £10million and counting, with farmers also expected to be due significant compensation.
Under a third of fixed speed cameras in Scotland are actually switched on and catching offenders, new research has found.
This crafty character had animal rescue experts utterly foxed when he decided to take a nap in the engine bay of a car.
Campaigners yesterday launched an attack on on "unprincipled fuel suppliers" who they say are using Brexit uncertainty to keep the benefits of reduced oil prices and wholesale falls from road users.
A crackdown on drivers who flout safety rules at level crossings will be launched today.
Fears have been raised that the cost of petrol and diesel will soon rise again for hard-pressed motorists.
Police are considering clamping down on motorists who are "unfit" to drive because of old age or a host of medical complaints.
Blue IS not only a popular colour for a car but also appears to be a good name for one, too.
Fines totalling £2.48million have been issued to motorists in the first year of bus lane enforcement carried out by Aberdeen City Council.